World Fuel Exports Map shows a world map where the countries have been marked on the basis of the percentage of total value of exports that is comprised by fuel. The statistics used are those of 1999. In Venezuela, Algeria, Libya, Nigeria, Gabon, Congo and Angola over 75% of the exports comprises of fuels. In Mongolia 50-75% of total exports comprises of fuels. Russia, Kazakhstan, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Russia etc are countries where 25-50% of the exports comprises of fuels. In Argentina, Australia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Chad, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan etc 10-25% of the exports comprises of fuels.
The major fuel exporters of the world are Angola, Algeria, Congo, Gabon, Libyan Arab Yamahiriya and Nigeria. Infact, Angola is Africa's fastest growing economy. In an energy scarcity world, we frequently come across the concept of fuel economy. Exports of fuel have become a major source of income for the countries with a surplus.